Great little festival I went to yesterday! I spent only 14$ at classic loot and got all these lovelies. Hamburger twistie (10$), 3 set earrings (1$), floral porcelain miniature cup (1$), duck pin (1$), and this rad sewing machine clock keychain (1$).

Great art, music, plants, and people. Definitely going to the October 18th one. The vendors are free so I’m going to try setting up my own little booth. So excited!

savezeldasavehyrule
savezeldasavehyrule:

riceisholy:

his-sluttyprincess:

hplyrikz:

This will make you feel better

I always feel worse though. But it’s okay to cry. I’m still learning that.

Same

Cry when you’re scared, cry when you’re hurt, cry when you’re sad.This is what I tell myself and I don’t stop myself crying until I can breathe clearly.Never let anyone tell you it’s not okay to cry because it is and always is okay to cry.

Preach 👏

savezeldasavehyrule:

riceisholy:

his-sluttyprincess:

hplyrikz:

This will make you feel better

I always feel worse though. But it’s okay to cry. I’m still learning that.

Same

Cry when you’re scared, cry when you’re hurt, cry when you’re sad.
This is what I tell myself and I don’t stop myself crying until I can breathe clearly.
Never let anyone tell you it’s not okay to cry because it is and always is okay to cry.

Preach 👏

tsuntsundereprincess
To get a gun in Japan, first, you have to attend an all-day class and pass a written test, which are held only once per month. You also must take and pass a shooting range class. Then, head over to a hospital for a mental test and drug test (Japan is unusual in that potential gun owners must affirmatively prove their mental fitness), which you’ll file with the police. Finally, pass a rigorous background check for any criminal record or association with criminal or extremist groups, and you will be the proud new owner of your shotgun or air rifle. Just don’t forget to provide police with documentation on the specific location of the gun in your home, as well as the ammo, both of which must be locked and stored separately. And remember to have the police inspect the gun once per year and to re-take the class and exam every three years.

A Land Without Guns: How Japan Has Virtually Eliminated Shooting Deaths (via buttension)

see, that’s gun control
you don’t take away a person’s right to bear arms
you take away a person’s ability to abuse their arms
i mean it’s high maintenance but i really think it’d be worth it if it saves lives  

(via vintagedressesandavocados)

Cough cough AMERICA SEE WHAT JAPAN IS DOING AND LEARN

thestressedgeographer

drawthecurtainstarttheplay:

coca-cola-anne:

You may not be able to see your own beauty or love yourself but one day, someone will. You have only lived such a small part of yourself, you will never know what the future brings. So, keep going. Hold on. You are never alone. ♥


For my lovely followers whom I love dearly and would be very much aggrieved if I ever found out that they were gone.

Thank you this is so important and relevant to many right now.